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Getting text for certain line in textbox

Posted on 2004-08-30
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I have a textbox on my form Text1 and a Timer, Timer1

I want the timer to go to text1 and get the text from line1 and display it in a messageboxand then on the next internval goto line2 and get the text from that line and display it in a messagebox

Thanx in advance!
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Private Sub Timer1_Timer()

    Static iTimesRun As Long
    Dim MyArray As Variant
    MyArray = Split(text1.Text, vbNewLine)
    MsgBox MyArray(iTimesRun)
    iTimesRun = iTimesRun + 1

End Sub
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